Remove a thread: How?

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  1. froggytreafrogg macrumors regular

    froggytreafrogg

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    Not that it has anything to do with mac, but how in the love of sam-hill do i remove my old threads? thanks.
     
  2. iTeen macrumors 65816

    iTeen

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    Well, there is no way for you to do it, because all threads that are old eventually go to the archive. But I suppose if you really do feel the need to have a thread removed you can always "Report This Post" to your own thread.
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  3. froggytreafrogg thread starter macrumors regular

    froggytreafrogg

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    Oh, ok, explains why i couldn't figure that out. Thanks
     
  4. ihabime macrumors 6502

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    You've only been here a month, have you said something embarrassing already?
     
  5. Sun Baked macrumors G5

    Sun Baked

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    If you really want to vanish off the site, PM the mods and explain the reason why.

    They may take a look at your posts and take your account offline and vanish you like they do some of the spammers that roam by.

    But if people quoted you quite a bit, you will still be around and searchable under Googe.

    Heck, my signature is searchable with the damn Google bots crawling over this forum.
     
  6. froggytreafrogg thread starter macrumors regular

    froggytreafrogg

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    no its not that, i was just wondering if it would become a problem to have my old posts there. no biggie though
     
  7. PlaceofDis macrumors Core

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    everything stays unless its an issue and has to be moved/deleted for some problematic reason. eventually threads are archived etc, etc.
     

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